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This bridge has been there since the very beginning of Tiradentes in the 18th century! The stone structure connects "Largo das Mercês" to "Largo das Forras", crossing over a small river called "Ribeiro Santo Antônio". The word "forras", in Portuguese, means female slaves that have...More